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Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Appoints Andy Feuerstein as Senior Vice President of National Accounts On/Off Sale

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WOODINVILLE, Wash. (July 25, 2022) – Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, the largest wine company in the Pacific Northwest and among the largest wine companies in the U.S., has appointed Andy Feuerstein as Senior Vice President of National Accounts On/Off Sale, effective July 25.

Feuerstein joins Ste. Michelle following a 12-year career at Red Bull North America, where he was most recently the Senior Vice President of National Accounts leading a team of more than 40 sales executives managing Red Bull’s grocery, mass, and club channels. Prior to that, he led Red Bull’s national distribution and route-to-market team and held several regional and key account roles with increasing responsibilities and across all classes of trade.

“Andy brings an impressive depth of experience in building and growing brands across the consumer packaged goods space,” said Dan Heller, Executive Vice President of Sales for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. “His leadership will help expand our presence with our top on- and off-premise customers across the country.”

Feuerstein earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Florida.

Feuerstein will headquarter out of Charlotte, North Carolina, and will report directly to Heller.

About Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is the largest wine company in the Pacific Northwest and among the largest premium wine companies in the U.S. With a distinguished history that dates to 1934, the winery now farms more than 30,000 acres across Washington, Oregon, and California and distributes its wines in over 100 countries. Ste. Michelle Wine Estates pioneered vinifera winegrowing in Washington and remains the driving force behind viticulture and enology research in the state, including the establishment of the Washington State University viticulture and enology program and the construction of the university’s research and teaching winery, now named the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center.

The Ste. Michelle Wine Estates portfolio includes Chateau Ste. Michelle, 14 Hands, Columbia Crest, Erath, H3, Intrinsic, Liquid Light, Patz & Hall, Northstar, and Spring Valley Vineyard, along with several other premium brands. The winery also has partnerships with Marchesi Antinori (Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars and Col Solare), Ernst Loosen (Eroica), and Michel Gassier (Tenet). Ste. Michelle Wine Estates serves as the exclusive U.S. importer for Marchesi Antinori and Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte. For more information, please visit www.smwe.com.

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